Repatriation of Moroccans Stranded in Italy

Rome – A group of 150 Moroccans returned home from Italy onboard a humanitarian flight from Milan to Agadir on Thursday as part of repatriation operations for Moroccan nationals stranded abroad due to the Covid-19 pandemic.


The operation, supervised by the Moroccan embassy in Italy and the consulates general of the Kingdom, was conducted according to “objective and precise” criteria, in the sense that it benefited in particular people with health problems or chronic diseases, the elderly, people in vulnerable situations and children, explained to MAP the Moroccan ambassador in Rome, Youssef Bella.

He said that the operation took place in a climate imbued with discipline, a sense of responsibility and civic-mindedness, with strict observance of health precautionary measures at all stages.


Source: Agency Morocaine De Presse

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